Category Social Media

Incredible life hack from the world’s richest entrepreneurs

Have you ever wondered why Richard Branson is so ridiculously productive?

Or how Bill Gates remained focused long enough to build one of the world’s largest software companies?

Or even how Donald Trump found time to build a vast empire of money making ventures and to run for President?

The truth is that Gates, Branson, Trump and all the other billionaires you can think of use this one productivity life hack to keep their lives in check.

And it’s so simple anyone can steal their secret and start their own journey towards success/fulfilment/riches (delete as appropriate).

So what is this secret life hack?

What do they know that you don’t?

What have you been doing wrong all these years?

I’ll tell you…

they don’t waste time reading clickbait.

Pretty simple...

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Twitter can IMPROVE your copywriting

Bemoaned by educators since its rise to prominence, Twitter is regarded by some as the fount of all poor writing, txtspk (text speak) and shortened attention spans. But using Twitter can actually help you improve other core written communication skills whilst reaching customers and promoting your wares.

The 140 character limit to every tweet means that you must make every word count to get your message across. The very framework used by Twitter is designed to discourage flowery prose and adjective-filled passages. Twitter is all about brevity. Twitter will make you think about how each message you send is crafted to squeeze every last ounce of meaning from the 140 characters you are allotted. In short, Twitter forces you to become a great writer and a great editor.

A picture of some Scrabble tiles spelling Twitter

When they aren’t messin...

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Haters – Are they as important as brand advocates?

The age of social selling has brought with it an increased focus on “brand advocates”. By creating a community of super fans, your business will benefit from “free” word of mouth advertising.

And in reality, happy customers are good business.

But is it possible that brand haters could help your business too?

Apple vs Android – a quick primer

In the tech world, few disputes seem as deep or as as vicious as iOS vs Android. For anyone who doesn’t know, iOS is the operating system used by Apple mobile devices, and Android is used by most other smartphones (ignoring Blackberry and  Windows Phone of course).

Picture of the Android logo 'fixing' the Apple logo

Geek humour – much funny

For tech journalists, such high profile hatred is great, providing plenty of controversy for the blog posts and columns that their editors demand.

But as the teache...

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2012 – Our copywriting year in review – Part 1


2012 began relatively slowly here at Tech Write as we continued to provide ghostwriting services as part of our long-standing relationship with the team at Write My Site. Over the course of the next 31 days Tech Write created white label content on topics as diverse as:

2012 - Our year in review

Because a magnifying glass make analysis look so much more professional

  • Electronic invoicing and document interchange
  • Supply chain management
  • Hair loss
  • Car and household insurance


February marked the beginning of a new working relationship with ESP Recruitment– a specialist recruiter of skilled support staff for roles in schools...

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No blog? Your website is doomed. Or not.

Your website must have a blog. If your site has no blog, you have no hope of getting the attention of potential customers or search engines and your website is doomed. And your business too.  Or so many web gurus will tell you.

A picture of a sinking ship

Your blogless website will sink like a stone. Not.


The blog is a powerful tool when generating website traffic and developing your brand. A blog really does help demonstrate your industry expertise and help your potential customers understand who you are and what you do. But there are other ways to achieve similar goals.

Consider social media...

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